APRIL 8, 2014
This Saturday, April 12, Tiësto’s Musical Freedom Records presents its first NYC showcase at Brite Nites @ Webster Hall. Emerging dance music stars Dzeko & Torres, Baggi Begovic and MOTi will hit the Webster Hall stage to celebrate the first anniversary of the popular Brite Nites dance party. Judging from past events, you never know who’s gonna pop up at a Brite Nites party as a surprise guest. Get ready to go Maximal Crazy.
Dzeko & Torres have fast made a name for themselves with a string of eclectic remixes for artists ranging from Of Monsters and Men and Animal Kingdom to Trey Songz and Chuckie. One of their latest remixes, a collaboration with Tiësto on John Martin’s “Anywhere For You,” is currently cranking in the sets of some of the worlds biggest DJs. Still buzzing off the experience of being invited on stage at the Ultra Music Festival by their mentor Tiësto, Dzeko & Torres are looking forward to tearing down Webster Hall with their NYC fans!
Listen to Kiesza “Hideaway (Dzeko & Torres Remix)” here
Baggi Begovic makes his Webster Hall debut at Brite Nites’ first anniversary celebration. This stop is one of many on Begovic’s “Baggage Claim Tour” that culminates next month at EDC New York. Musically, on April 4, Begovic released “I Know U” (Musical Freedom) that follows the smash “Sleep Till I Get Home” (both tracks in collaboration with Team Bastian). Begovic currently hosts “Baggage Claim” on Sirius XM Club Life Radio, which is also available as a free podcast on iTunes.
Listen to the latest episode of “Baggage Claim” here
While only a few months into 2014, it’s already been has been a big year for MOTi. His recent release, "Don’t Go Lose It,” reached as high as #4 on the Beatport progressive house charts while, in addition to his own solo slot, Tiësto invited him onstage at Ultra Music Festival for the world premiere of their massive new collaboration. MOTi is clearly and quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with in the dance music community.
Listen to MOTi’s “Axis” DJ mix here
Buy tickets here